Agilent to Debut New CGH and SNP Arrays to Support Cyto, Cancer Research | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Agilent Technologies will soon enable customers to perform SNP genotyping on its arrays in addition to comparative genomic hybridization, BioArray News has learned.

The addition of SNP probes will further enable cytogeneticists using Agilent arrays to detect constitutional abnormalities, and could make the company more competitive against firms like Affymetrix and Illumina that currently sell SNP platforms for cytogenetic research.

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